2 December 2010
ROGERS, Bruce, designer. The Song of Roland. Cambridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, 1904.
2o. Title-page printed in black and red with colored vignette printer's device of interlaced thistle, large arched colored head-piece vignette over the opening text, and 5 colored roundels in text; text printed in lettre bâtarde in double column, opening initial in gold, others in blue, marginal notes printed in ochre, page numerals and colophon printed in red. Original vellum-backed decorated paper boards (some slight discoloration to boards). Provenance: Edward M. Crane (bookplate).
LIMITED EDITION, number 182 of 220 copies.
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